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The IOC responds to Sha'Carri Richardson claimed double standards after Kamila Valieva was allowed to compete in the Olympics despite testing positive for a banned heart medication that could be considered a performance enhancement drug.

Ultimately the Court of Arbitration for Sports allowed Valieva to compete because of her age, making her a "protected person" by the definition of the World Anti-Doping Agency.


Jackson is also the first American woman in nearly 30 years to take home gold in the event.

Leslie Jones can keep posting unfiltered videos of herself commenting on the Olympics, according to NBC.

It looks like beloved comedienne Leslie Jones hasn't been feeling the love on her popular Olympics commentary from higher ups at NBC, as she now claims that censorship on the network's behalf may lead to her ending those Olympic hot takes altogether. 

The track and field community suffered a tragic loss recently with the death of Deon Lendore, a three-time Olympian from Trinidad and Tobago that died this week as a victim of a three-vehicle car crash in Texas.

TIME Magazine recognized the excellence of Simone Biles and all she had to overcome in 2021 by bestowing the Olympic medalist with its prestigious honor as "Athlete Of The Year."

She's was known as "the fastest woman in the world," but Florence Flo Jo Griffith Joyner was much more than that. She was a loving mother, a designer, and even an actress too.